Gallery: Best silver screen kisses

William Holden (1918 - 1981) belatedly discovers the charms of chauffeur's daughter Audrey Hepburn (1929 - 1993) in 'Sabrina', directed by Billy Wilder.


January 01, 1954| Credit: John Kobal Foundation


Dustin Hoffman kisses Ann Bancroft in a scene from the film 'The Graduate', 1967.


January 01, 1967| Credit: Archive Photos


Burt Lancaster (1913 - 1994) and Deborah Kerr(1921 - 2007) in a scene from 'From Here to Eternity', Halona Cove, Oahu, Hawaii, 1953. The film was directed by Fred Zinnemann, for Columbia Pictures.


January 01, 1953| Credit: Columbia Pictures, Getty Images

Cary Grant (1904 - 1986) and Ingrid Bergman kiss in 'Notorious'. Title: Notorious Studio: Rko Director: Alfred Hitchcock


January 01, 1946| Credit: Hulton Archive



Sean Connery and Japanese actress Mie Hama locked in a passionate embrace on a boat during the filming of 'You Only Live Twice', on location in the village of Akime, in South Japan.


August 01, 1966| Credit: Keystone Features, Getty Images


Grace Kelly (1929.1982) and Cary Grant (1904.1986) kissing in
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Jane Seymour: The Riskiest Thing I've Done After 50

Jane Seymour: The Riskiest Thing I've Done After 50
Over the years, actress Jane Seymour has played ingenue, leading lady, Bond Girl, serial killer, trailblazing medicine woman, and minx-of-a-mother (that list, of course, isn't even close to exhaustive).

Busy as ever acting at 61, Seymour can next be seen in the film adaptation of Shannon Hale's novel "Austenland" and as Mark-Paul Gosselaar's mother on TNT's "Franklin and Bash."

And when she's not performing? Seymour is painting and honoring her mother's legacy with the Open Hearts Foundation, a nonprofit operating on the philosophy that in the face of adversity, giving selflessly to others is paramount.

Huff/Post50 chatted with Seymour about scoring comedic roles later in life, how "Dancing With the Stars" cured chronic back pain and why "wine:30" should be a time on everyone's clock.

What's the one thing you know now that you wish you knew when you were growing up?

When I was younger, I remember thinking,
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Out Of The Past: Burt Lancaster And Ann Bancroft Wins Baftas In 1963

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The year was 1963 and United Artists had bragging rights that two of their stars had just won major BAFTA awards. Burt Lancaster was honored as "Best Foreign Actor" for his performance in Birdman of Alcatraz and Ann Bancroft was awarded the Best Foreign Actress for The Miracle Worker. This article is from the United Artists house newsletter, UA World from May 1963. 
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Michele Bachmann's Unrivaled Extremism

Her anti-gay platform has alienated parts of her family. A mentor she described as a "great influence" has a history of addresses to white supremacists. A book she collaborated on advocates theocracy. Rep. Michele Bachmann's impressive performance at Monday's debate has catapulted her near the front of the Gop pack, but the radical roots of her ideology remain poorly understood. The Daily Beast's Michelle Goldberg reports.

In April 2005, Pamela Arnold wanted to talk to her state senator, Michele Bachmann, who was then running for Congress. A 46-year-old who worked at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Arnold lived with her partner, the famed Arctic explorer Ann Bancroft, on a farm in Scandia, Minnesota. Bachmann was then leading the fight against gay marriage in the state. She'd recently been in the news for hiding in the bushes to observe a gay-rights rally at the Capitol. So when members of
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